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... beautiful creek, jumped the jetty, went on a 4x4 drive to the rainforest and generally just had an awesome time. I lost my camera and obtained a seriously large bruise just from jumping into the sea but it didn't affect my time there at all. My team lost epically at the pub quiz, we had some nice wine and a BBQ and even just sat in the living room and watched Home Alone. The atmosphere in the hostel and the friendly people and staff made Coffs Harbour really worth going to for me. ...
... on to Penang. We look forward to being "tourists", and taking time to reflect on our two months in New Zealand and Australia. We are humbled by what we have learned, grateful for the people who have helped us along the way, awestruck where we have stood and what we have seen. Thank you Barbara, Ondrea, Reuben, Alfie, Clive, Joyce, Buddy, Lilly, Jacquie, Shane, Bear and Molly for welcoming us into your homes and your lives. We could not have experienced what we did if not for ...
... getting washed off.
It was around 4PM when we got back. Ada was pretty tired, but Sophie and I still felt like doing something, so we decided to walk to the lighthouse. Sophie had to get some aftersun, she was getting pretty burnt being the white girl she is. On the way there we saw concrete pillars made to look like pencils. We walked back along the wharf towards town and got to Dalby Street, went into the Newcastle Region Art Gallery. On our way back we stopped by ...
... colours. Once breakfast was done we made a plan to hit the northern coast! Just north of Sydney there is two beaches called "Dee Why" and "French's Forest" for obvious reasons we wanted to hit these beaches to check them out but mostly for Matt to get his picture with the "Dee Why" sign and Denise with the "French's Forest" sign. Apparently, these beaches are a local hot spot and next to impossible to find parking and very overcrowded. ...
... another $1500 right now.
Registration has arrived for the bike and the caravan, my real estate license is due for renewal, seems we are back in the real world!!
The cars are good, Kim cleaned up the truck very nicely for us and Harley washed the Lexus before returning it, so we are OK for transport, although Bert & Carole arrive tomorrow from New Zealand so if they borrow one we will be down to ...
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